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In a message dated 97-07-11 00:14:06 EDT, Steve.Tomporowski@us.ms.philips.com
(Tomporowski, Steve) writes:
<< I remember reading from Uncle Bob's book that only one genus, Alamosaurus
(hope I spelled it right) existed in the Cretaceous (or was it Late
Cretaceous). What's the current status of sauropods in the Cretaceous? >>
That has to be Late Cretaceous >of North America<. Late Cretaceous sauropods
are well known from Mongolia, South America, and Europe.